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|231k||USS Casco on the James River, VA., near Dutch Gap, 1864-1865, while serving as a spar torpedo vessel. Note the torpedo gear mounted on her bow and the XI-inch Dahlgren smoothbore gun pivot-mounted on deck. Note also crewman raising the flag at vessels bow. US National Archives ARC Identifier 530265||Bill Gonyo and Robert Hurst|
|100k||Watercolor by Oscar Parkes, depicting USS Casco as she appeared in 1864-1865, while serving as a torpedo vessel on the James River, VA.
US Naval History and Heritage Command photo # 55204. Courtesy of Dr. Oscar Parkes, 1936.
|82k||USS Casco (center) and other Union warships on the James River, Virginia, near Dutch Gap, about 1865. Moored beyond her are at least four "Double-ender" paddle-wheel gunboats, two screw gunboats and two monitors, plus (to the left) a variety of civilian steamers and sailing vessels. Photographed by the Matthew Brady organization.
US National Archives Photo # 111-B-5374
|167k||Plan of the spar torpedo arrangement and platform designed for installation on the;
USS Naubuc and
USS Modoc, circa 1864. The original drawing is in the records of the Bureau of Ships at the U.S. National Archives. U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph. Photo # NH 55203.
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